Book Review: Undescribable

Undescribable (Undescribable #1)by Shantel Tessier: Samantha Hall needs a fresh start

Broken hearted and alone in a new city, Samantha begins to build a new life for herself while working as a bartender. Focusing on her new friends and rebuilding her broken life, Samantha is content.

Until she meets him – attorney by day and a cocky, foul mouth playboy by night. All girls want Slade Long, but not one has ever been able to keep his attention for long. Having a different woman in his bed every night is how he prefers it-no emotion, no connection.

Until he meets her - an angel with the sweetest voice he has ever heard and the most enticing green eyes. Samantha makes him second guess his actions and has him wanting something he didn’t know existed. How can a man who has never been in love, be so sure? Can real love happen this fast?

Burned by her past, Samantha struggles to keep up with the overwhelming passion she feels for Slade. She knows that he will be nothing but trouble to her already fragile heart, but how long can she continue to deny the love that she feels for him?
Will Samantha let Slade prove his love is real, or will she push him away?

She thought she knew love…… He thought he never wanted love….. Together they will show each other what they can’t live without.

TeriLyn's thoughts: Undescribable is a hard one for me to review. I really liked the story of Slade and Samantha. It reminded me of a lesser version Bared to You. There some similarities. Their story flows and has the ability to hold you captive but there are just too many distractions for me to rate the book higher than 3 stars. 

Slade hears Samantha's voice in less than desirable circumstances and feels something for her without ever even meeting her. He's the town playboy, hot shot lawyer, who has no time or interest in a relationship. Samantha is broken hearted and resistant to opening herself up again. So begins their tumultuous relationship of lots of sex, fighting, and forging this unknown path together. The story is good. But if Slade would of called Samantha 'Angel' one more time I felt as though I was going to scream. Don't get me wrong, I love a pet name, but over and over and over was daunting. I almost wanted to go back and count the number of times he said it just out of morbid curiosity. 

The writing was too conversational for me, even when it was just inner dialogue from character to reader. The writing just didn't do it for me. However, Slade and Samantha and their crazy, fast relationship has the ability to make you want to know what's going to happen to them and how they are going to face the many obstacles in their way. It's a fast-paced story where a lot is happening at rapid fire, the story never gets fully developed with just one sub plot. I enjoyed the secondary characters as their parts broke up some of the crazy that was Sam and Slade.

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